The Motorola One Power is set to be the company’s next Android One device, and we have seen early renders thanks to leaks along the way. Now a new lower-specced model called Motorola One has appeared on TENAA, baring all of its specs to the world.
Specs-wise, the Motorola One comes with 5.88-inch HD display and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 SoC. It will also be available in three memory configurations: 4GB, 6GB and 8GB. Along with three internal storage configurations as well: 32GB, 64GB and 128GB.
It also appears that the Motorola One will come equipped with four cameras sensors, with the the main camera array will most likely sport a dual camera setup. The TENAA listing did not specify the secondary sensor’s resolution, but we do know that the main camera is a 13MP sensor and that the selfie is an 8MP sensor. Speculations also suggests that the second sensor is specifically for depth-data, which can be used for faux-bokeh photography.
The listing shows that the Motorola One will have a 3000mAh battery. It will also ship with Android One 8.1 installed on it, with an Android 9 Pie update to be made available for it soon after.